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Best refereed match - 2017
Pawel Gil(POL)9.8
Michael Oliver(ENG)9.6
Kevin Blom(NED)8.6
Ruddy Buquet(FRA)8.4
Svein Oddvar Moen(NOR)7.9
Felix Brych(GER)7.8
Milorad Mazic(SRB)6.2
Fahad Al Mirdasi(KSA)6.0
Worst refereed match - 2017
Fahad Al Mirdasi(KSA)6.0
Milorad Mazic(SRB)6.2
Felix Brych(GER)7.8
Svein Oddvar Moen(NOR)7.9
Ruddy Buquet(FRA)8.4
Kevin Blom(NED)8.6
Michael Oliver(ENG)9.6
Pawel Gil(POL)9.8
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Referees Top 10 - 2017

Number 1: Slavko Vincic

A UEFA category 2 referee.

Number 2: Kevin Blom

On February 20, 2004 Kevin Blom refereed his first match in the Eredivisie (the top Dutch league). He received his FIFA badge a year later. When he is not on the field he educates young referees together with Pieter Vink

Number 3: Clément Turpin

Turpin is a UEFA Second Category referee. He is the youngest ever in France to get the FIFA badge.

Number 4: Szymon Marciniak

Started as a category 2 referee, but making fast progress.

Number 5: Felix Brych

It's doctor Felix Brych. The German referee is a doctor in law. His paper was about sports. Brych was promoted to the elite category at the start of season 2009-2010

Number 6: Ruddy Buquet

Ruddy received his badge in 2011, he started as a category 3 ,now 2, ref.

Number 7: Svein Oddvar Moen

Moen is a football referee since 1996. In 2004 he debuted in the Tippeligaen (the top Norwegian league). From the start of 2011 he is an elite category referee.

Number 8: Milorad Mazic

Milorad Mazic became FIFA referee in 2009. He is a UEFA Elite Development Category ref after having been a Category 1 referee for two years. Presently busy taking charge of matches in the Europa League but expected to go to the Champions League soon.

Number 9: Fahad Al Mirdasi

Fahad AlMirdasi is a Physical Education teacher in Riyadh (Saudi Arabia). He started refereeing in 2003 and became a FIFA referee in 2011. He participated in the Pan Arab games that year. But it is really in 2012 that his international career started as he was selected to officiate in an AFC President's Cup qualifier tournament in Cambodia as well as in an Under22 Asian Cup qualifier group in Myanmar.

Number 10: Damir Skomina

Malta, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Far Oer, Anothosis Famagusta, Rabotnicki Kometal, Debreceni VSC, names of some of the teams Slovenian referee Skomina encountered at the start of his international career. But since the 2009/10 season he belongs to the elite category. Two years later he was assigned the CL quarter-final Chelsea vs Benfica.

Bummer! Just outside our top 10: Martin Atkinson

Martin Atkinson started his career at the early age of 16.
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